Grid Resistor, music made with machines. A lot of current music is, to be honest; but just to use machine sounds. I would expect that to turn some people off. Music is supposed to have a human quality; and it should have certain sounds that we are groomed to expect. What is, then, the music of Grid Resistor? An industrial fetish? A sacrilege? Doesn't matter? Every sound in Grid Resistor is that of a machine, and it's hard not to notice a dark, eerie quality in it. Is that inevitable, because of the way it is made? Does it make you miss bongos, guitars and "Cum Ba Yah"?
- Thomas Park/Grid Resistor -
Grid Resistor began in 2017 involving dark, grainy, gritty music made using recordings of machines. Grid Resistor is also known as Thomas Park (Mystified and Mister Vapor).